Dr. Jasmine Clark spent years as a medical researcher and advocate for Georgia’s diverse communities. With her victory in November, she continues to champion reproductive rights and bring a voice for science to Georgia’s House.
Inspired by her father, Dr. Jasmine Clark knew from a young age that she wanted to be a scientist. Following her dreams, she became a researcher and lecturer of microbiology at Emory University. Jasmine knows what’s at stake for Georgia’s diverse communities. As a medical researcher, she has worked to help individuals with HIV, a population that could be helped significantly by expanding Medicaid. In her two terms in office, she has leaned on her training and expertise to be a voice for medical science in the General Assembly.